Democracy Now! Tuesday, June 10, 2003
Worse than Watergate? Nixon's Chief Counsel on why Bush Could be Impeached Over Iraq
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30 years after the Watergate scandal which led to the resignation of President Nixon, John Dean, convicted in the cover-up, says President Bush could be impeached if he lied about Iraq’s posession of weapons of mass destruction.
On Both Sides of the Atlantic Criticism Mounts Over Bush and Blair's Claims of Weapons of Mass Destruction
As weapons inspectors scale back their search in Iraq we talk to reporters from the Washington Post and the London Independent and hear White House Press Secretary Ari Fleischer defend the administration’s claims.
Atty. Gen. John Ashcroft Bans Gay Pride from the Justice Department; President Bush Refuses to Declare June Gay Pride month, Proclaiming June "Home-Owner's Month"
The NGLTF says its no surprise there were 12 anti-gay murders last year when homophobia reaches the highest level of government.
The Battle for the Courts: Three Supreme Court Justices May Retire, and Hearings for Federal Judge Nominee William Pryor Begin Tomorrow
Nan Aron of the Alliance for Justice and James Swanson of the Cato Institute square off.